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Weekly Market Outlook: June 3-7

Information is not investment advice

On Tuesday, the whole attention of traders will be at the meeting of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Analysts predict the interest rate to be cut by 25 basis points. The Australian dollar is anticipated to fall ahead of the meeting. However, as the rate cut is priced in, we don’t expect a dramatic plunge. If the central bank decides to surprise the market and keep the rate on hold, the aussie will definitely strengthen.

On Wednesday, Australia will present its GDP growth. The greater actual release will support the domestic currency.

On Thursday, we all will keep an eye to the ECB meeting. Suffering economic data and external threats don’t let the central bank move from the low interest rate. The rate won’t be changed but the bank will unveil details of the bank loans. If the central bank aims at any accommodative measure, the euro will suffer. Amid the central bank comments, don’t forget about Canadian trade balance data.

And of course, on the first Friday of the month, we will wait for Amerian jobs data. Non-farm payrolls will become the major driver of markets. However, be careful trading USD/CAD. Canadian jobs data will be out at the same time. Mixed data may create mixed moves.

Now it’s time to look at the technical picture.

The euro has chances to recover

Last week, EUR/USD touched lows near 1.1115 but managed to rebound. However, the pressure is still high and the risks of the fall prevail. If the pair plunges below 1.1115, we will see a continuing decline towards 1.0956. If EUR/USD stays above 1.1115, chances of the recovery will increase. Next important target is located at 1.1215. If the pair breaks above, 1.1258 will become the next level to cross.  

USD/CAD gains momentum

Finally, the pair broke the upper boundary of the horizontal channel at 1.3508. As soon as it gains a foothold above this level we will see a further rise towards 1.3572. The next top is located at 1.3645. However, the pressure is high. As a result, the rise may be limited. Until the pair falls below 1.3508, the uptrend will in force. A decline below that level will show the weakness of bulls signaling correction.

AUD/USD is under pressure

The pair has been trying to strengthen after reaching crucial lows.  However, the possible rate cut may limit the upward movement. An important high lies at 0.6930. If the pair sticks above it, odds of the further increase appear. The next resistance lies at 0.7025. If the pair stays below 0.6930, the downtrend continues. The next support lies at 0.6860. A fall below will be dramatic for the pair.


Weekly Market Outlook: January 18-22

While Donald Trump says his last words as the US President and Joe Biden brings his oath this week, the CAD, JPY, and EUR will see their Central Banks share their respective monetary strategies. In the meantime, while the USD gets stronger, oil and gold take a pause. So, how do we trade Forex this week?

Weekly Market Outlook: January 11-15

The USD recovered from multi-year lows. What are the key levels and targets for EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, AUD/USD, gold, and oil in the coming days? Watch the video to find out! 


January 27. Fed will drive the market!

The Federal Reserve will release its statement at 21:00 MT time (GMT+2). Jerome Powell's press conference will follow at 21:30 MT time. How will this event influence the USD, Forex majors, and gold?

January 26: wanna grab some dollars?

The USD is strengthening, while S&P 500 and NASDAQ paused their advance. Traders and investors worry that the US fiscal stimulus won't arrive soon. The video contains our trade ideas, what are yours?

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